Real Madrid veteran defender Sergio Ramos has hinted a move to Premier League as he says that he is seeing himself in the English League in the near future.
Posted by:Junaid EffendiPosted date: Thursday, January 08, 2015/comment : 0
Real Madrid veteran defender Sergio Ramos has hinted a move toPremier Leagueas he says that he is seeing himself in the English League in the near future.
Sergio Ramos hinted a move to Premier League after being frustrated once again with the referee in La Liga. Ramos' tackle on Raul Garcia gave Atletico Madrid a penalty in the first leg of Spanish Copa del Rey.
The Spaniard told Spanish media AS after the clash: “I’m not going to talk about controversial issues and certainly not that incident.”
Ramos has clearly alerted the Premier League top sides on alert after making the following comments.
“The only thing I will say is that with every passing day I prefer the English Premier League.”
Ramos criticized the referee’s decisions indirectly and told that he feels frustrated in La Liga.
He further added: “What am I talking about? Obviously not the ball- boys. The style of play, the refereeing. People enjoy watching that competition. When you lose it’s easy to focus on the refereeing decisions.”
Arsenal who are in need of a fine defender have been in link with Ramos. While Manchester United and Chelsea will surely consider him after his comments.
With the signature of the Spaniard, the Gunners boss Arsene Wenger will not be having the worries he has been facing since the start of the season. The 28-year-old has a wide experience as he has been playing for Madrid since his €27million move from Sevilla in 2005.
Ramos can be used as a right-back or a centre-back. He can build great partnership with either of Per Mertesacker or Laurent Koscielny in the centre of defence at Emirates Stadium.